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Product details Format Paperback pages Dimensions x x 15mm See all reviews. Wyndham’s work has also had a big impact on apocalyptic tales not involving triffids, with both 28 Days Later and The Walking Dead taking their triffidx from this novel. The Triffids didn’t just benefit from the global blindness – they caused it!

Whatever the reasons for both occurrences they are never fully explained. The polygamy implicit in Beadley’s scheme appalls some group members, especially the religious Miss Durrant—but before this schism can be dealt with, a man called Wilfred Coker stages a fire at the university and kidnaps a number of sighted individuals, including Bill and Josella.

What would be the best course of action to rebuild society? John Wyndham was born in Merryn’s Hospital in the West End of London with bandages over his eyes.

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Wyndham brings it in at about View all 7 comments. Green streaks of light brightened the night skies around the world, and everyone who could go and watch them did so. Dec 03, Lyn rated it liked it.

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Later on, a little girl called Susan shows up, she is — at least — quite competent and quite lively. My partner told me about this classic post-apocalyptic novel; I’d not heard of it before. What I found out was that I like it. The rule of law would break down, all shackles of wybdham life would be loosed, and I would finally be free to choose my own destiny. And The Day of the Triffids is the best of wynddham all.

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I was 1 year old when this book was published so, understandably, didn’t read it for a number of years after that, Think it was around when I first read it, even then it was groundbreaking, radio programmes, films wow what a concept.

What is the morally right approach to take when such a calamity hits? Children have a ths convention of the fearful until they have been taught the proper things to be shocked at. Archived from triffis original on 5 O As for the triffids, they are a symbol for human intervention in natural environments, but they remain rather bizarre and undefined.

View all 5 comments. Here, biological warfare is contemplated as one of the possible reasons for the development of the triffid. What got me was the ease with which civilization is destroyed. The Day of the Triffids goes a bit beyond sci-fi and into both philosophy and morality. Mar 21, Jonfaith rated it really liked it. As the people realise the enormity of what has happened, different factions start to appear.

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Definitely a sci-fi classic not to be missed. There was a current theory among cutters that more than a few seconds of any one news subject – except a boxing match – could not fail to paralize an audience with wynndham.

View all 25 comments. You can be on the doin’ and dyin’ team. Bill Masen is a biologist who has been working with triffids for a while. It just goes to show how deeply ingrained our culture can be, that he can imagine revolutionary technology and walking, stalking plants, but not a reinvention of humanity where women trivfids popping babies out until they die.

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The film version in Cinemascope is one of the key creature features I grew up with. There are a few situations towards the end of the novel where plans for society are debated. Polygamy, feudalism, despotism etc. It’s a shame we don’t have some ham. Day of the Triffids is one of those books that many things that came later owe a debt to. The day he is supposed to get his bandages removed, he’s struck by the absence of hospital staff.

You’ve only seen this kind of thing after a party, but down in sunny Ecuador they see wybdham any time-and no hangover to follow!